Not under the current law for photographing set by the Fed's. Security and Law enforcements are allow to photograph you. If I photograph you and plan on using you in X, I need your permission to do so including videos.The fare inspectors should be able to photograph an offender to give a warning for the first time. If on a second offence, they get a "hit" with a photo, they are given a "small" fine. On subsequent offences, the "fines" increase on each "hit". When the offender "hits a threshold", the police should be called. We could "erare" the "hits" after a passage of time, like a couple of years. (Twins, triplets, up to nonuplets, or doppelgangers, may need additional identification.)
If customs (at airports and land crossings) uses facial biometrics, so should the public transit fare inspectors.
If you are on x vehicle or on TTC property, they have a photo of you caught on the security camera that can be obtain if needed.